According to Vir Bala Aggarwal, V. S. Gupt (2002), communication is unable to function without mass media of communication. Even in rural area, newspaper and radio play a very big part in transmitting the news to locals and contribute a lot in the growth of media and mass communication as stated in Media, Technology, and Society book written by I. Arul Aram (2008). People in rural area rely a lot to newspaper and radio in their effort to stay in touch with the current news happen around them and they tend to put big interest on the news they receive. In fifteenth century, a German inventor named Johannes Gutenberg developed a method of movable type of printing press and used it to create one of the Western world's first major printed books. It has become a breakpoint which leads to tons of wonderful and magnificent technologies nowadays as what we call as, mass media.
Koyczan had thrown a bunch of metaphors in his speech to capture something more than a reaction. Some of the metaphors he had used were; “My dreams are self-conscious and overly apologetic.” and another one was “When I was a kid, I traded in homework assignments for friendship.” By telling the audience this, it reveals that he didn’t have a lot of confidence when he was younger and spent more time on making friendships than focusing on school, which could tell us that he was in need for someone to be there for him. Koyczan had created a very heartbroken mood, he had expressed to the audience that everyone is much needed no matter what happens in life, he also said everyone one is much appealing than they think they are. “If you can’t see anything beautiful about yourself, get a better mirror, look a little closer, stare a little longer, because there’s something inside you that made you keep trying despite everyone who told you to quit.” By telling this to the audience, Koyczan had successfully opened to their hearts and made it easy to relate towards them. In conclusion, Koyczan did an effective job connecting with the audience, by using the right tone, creating a gloomy atmosphere and throwing in figures of speech, he created the perfect speech the captivated the audience’s attention.
Mass media is any means of technology which is used for the intended communication with a large-scale audience. It is seen as the principal means of communication used to touch the vast majority of the general public. Media has many forms, the most common of which are newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the Internet. The general public normally relies on the media to deliver information on the topic of political issues, social issues, entertainment, and news on modern art, music, and literature. Media came into existence in 15th century with the introduction of the world’s first newspaper namely “Relation aller Fürnemmen und gedenckwürdigen Historien,” a German newspaper which name translates to “Account of all distinguished and commemorable news,” and since then media has developed significantly.
INFLUENCE OF MEDIA ON THE TYPES OF COMMUNICATION Mass media is basically communication—either written, broadcast, or spoken—that reaches a huge audience. This includes television, radio, advertising, movies, the Internet, newspapers, magazines, and so on. Mass media is a powerful source in modern culture. Communities are bombarded frequently with messages from a collection of sources such as TV, billboards, and magazines, to name a few. These messages promote not only products, but moods, attitudes.
The mass media in the middle East have undergone profound changes since the beginning of the 1990s . The introduction and spread of new engineering , including satellite television and the Internet, have extended media space beyond the local , national, and regional realms. The trans-border flow of communications has provided many consumer with access to new technologies and the capacity to interact with a global discourse while bypassing the limits of authoritarian information control. from the gulf war in 1990-1991, when the people in the Center East tuned into CNN to receive fresh news show from the Gulf, both indigenous and external factor have determined media developing in the area. Egypt sent into reach two satellites, Nile Sat 1and
Mass Media is refers to every medium or source which is used to connect and communicate with a large number of people at once. Mass media is communication whether written, broadcast, or spoken to reaches a large audience. This includes television, radio, advertising, movies, internet, newspapers, and magazines. Media help to correlate or co-ordinate various parts of the social system by gathering and disseminating valuable information. (Yeh.
With this change media has continuously grown to be an important part of everyday life. Media communication such as television, radio and the newspaper have been a reliable source to many for decades. As growth of media sources continue, so does the way society uses them. Radio remains the most prevalent and accessible form of media worldwide. Radio can be a very accessible form of media.
Within the poem Kipling utilizes many popular literacy devices to communicate his message, which include repetition, rhyme, enjambment, metaphors, alliteration, personification, and anaphora. The poet’s perspective is reflected in the speaker as the poem is in first person. The combination of literacy devices communicating the poet’s perspective of life in which both genders can relate to in some degree. On lines 9 and 10 an anaphora is used, “If you can dream-and not make dreams your master” and “If you can think-and not make thoughts your aim”. These two lines demonstrate personification, anaphora and repetition.
Effects of Mass Media HUM/186 09/26/2017 Phoenix University EFFECTS OF MASS MEDIA Effects of Mass Media Rapidly mass media has progressed over the years; emerging with new technology and changing the way people view the world. Before any modern forms of media begin to emerge on the scene, people viewed media through verbal speech and writings, a major source being the newspaper. Life has changed dramatically since the major upgrade and change in media development. There are now so many different types of devices that deals with media such as: cell phones, television, computers, just to name a few. Television has really improved since the 20th century because they were only seen in black and white color, but now there
Elections across the world are a state of intense political and media activity. Election campaigns, strategies and issues get extensive coverage, as electoral strategies become the focus of attention for voters to make electoral choices (Graber, 2010; Ha, 2009). Croteau and Hoynes (2003) point out that from the “privacy of our living rooms to the public forums of presidential debates, the media serve as the informational network connecting the many elements of our society (p.30)”. Lange and Ward (2003) add that in the contemporary world, the idea of elections without the mass media would be unthinkable as broadcast media and newspapers have become the “primary site where an election is actually taken to the electorate (xiii).” Current elections are now regarded as three-way alliance that involves the voter, the contestants and the media, with the media acting as the link between the other two. The media filled the power void created by the waning influence of political parties